Tuesday, February 9, 2016

“It’s all Theater:” Austrian Policeman Admits

The so-called “beefing-up” of “asylum seeker” admissions to Austria boasted about by that country’s far left socialist-conservative government are meaningless “theater,” a policeman working at the main Spielfeld border crossing post has told the Kurier newspaper.
Earlier, the socialist-conservative coalition government, concerned at rising anger among the Austrian public—and opinion polls showing increasing support for the anti-invasion populist Freedom Party (FPÖ)—announced that it would be “cracking down” on the number of “asylum seekers” it would be letting into the country.
The government announcement was, of course, not driven by a genuine concern over the invasion, but merely designed as a tool to try and halt the drift to the FPÖ.
According to the latest figures, at least 100,000 nonwhite invaders have claimed “asylum” in Austria so far, which makes that country the single largest recipient, per capita, of “asylum seekers” in Europe.
Part of the new plan, the government announced, was a system to capture the fingerprints of all “asylum seekers” at the border to crack down on fraud and boost security. New computer systems were acquired and installed for this purpose, at considerable cost to the taxpayer once again.
The system was also touted as being able to check travel documents, and automatically submit the fingerprints to the national police databases for comparison and double checking.
Now, however, it has transpired that this “crackdown,” like everything else the socialist-conservative government has done, is just another hoax.
According to the Kurier, the new system does not work at all like the government claimed it would. Fingerprints are only stored if the “refugee” applies for asylum at the border post.
If they are rejected on the spot—for being blatant liars or any other reason—or indicate that they wish to continue on to Germany, their prints are wiped off the system.
Read More: http://newobserveronline.com/its-all-theater-austrian-policeman-admits/

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